The other day, someone asked me, “Do you have a list of all of your favorite LDS talks?” In fact, I do! This isn’t necessarily in any specific order, although I do think that this first one listed by Brad Wilcox is by far my favorite. So give them a read! They’re great! It’s hard
If you woke up this morning with more health than illness….you are more blessed than the million who will not survive this week. If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the loneliness of imprisonment, the agony of torture, or the pangs of starvation….you are ahead of 500 million people in the world. If
How well do you understand the House of Israel? I thought I knew it fairly well. But as I found this and went through it, I realized that I knew parts of the stories, but I never really knew how well it all connected together. My Mom sent me this link. A woman who goes
During my first year as a Missionary, our Mission President gave us a challenge to “Find Christ in the Book of Mormon.” Sad to say it, but I didn’t do it. I looked at the challenge and flat out said, “No. I don’t want to do it.” Why? I don’t know. I guess I’m stubborn.
Authority of God This excerpt comes from my other post, “How to Bible Bash”, but I feel like it’s directly applicable: When I hear the word “Authority,” what first comes to my mind is “permission.” Imagine that you’re a police officer, and I’m not. I go to the store, purchase all of the clothes necessary,
Imagine that you’re driving down the road of a 2-lane highway. On your left side is a pasture, full of cows. No big deal, right? You pass by them without even giving a second thought. But just as you’re about to pass the pasture, something catches your eye. You look over and there it is;
To download the following Plan of Salvation Cutouts, click on the download link at the bottom of the page. Scouring the internet for a GOOD set of Plan of Salvation cutouts was difficult to find. Therefore, I’ve made my own set. I used these many many times while teaching as a Missionary, and it was
Background Joseph was born into a large family (as most in those days were). He was favored of his father, Jacob, because he had been given the birthright. Originally, it was intended for his older brother Reuben, but due to transgression (1 Chr. 5:1-2), it was given to Joseph as he was the firstborn son
This talk was given by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland in the Missionary Training Center (MTC) on January 11, 2011. It’s entitled “Feed My Sheep” and was a precursor to the talk that he gave in General Conference. Download links to the MP3’s and PDF files are located at the bottom of the page. What a
Brothers and Sisters, Welcome. I’m grateful that you’ve come. And I’m glad that you’re here. Parents, I’m glad that you came. I appreciate your support, but tonight, I am here to speak to the young people. And young people, this message is for you. Tonight, we’ll be dealing with a topic that is very important.